Baptist Quarterly Vols. 1 – 6 now available on-line

Courtesy of the Baptist Historical Society the first six volumes of Baptist Quarterly are now available as Public Domain PDF files here. It is planned the place the entire series on-line – a project that will take me some time to complete. All issues prior to 1939 will be Public Domain and compressed files containing the complete issues are also provided so that they can be placed on library servers for easy access and distribution.

Baptist Review of Theology now available on-line

I happened to come across a request for two articles from the Baptist Review of Theology on the Association of British Theological and Philosophical Libraries (ABTAPL) list. I contacted Professor Stanley K. Fowler, Academic Dean of Heritage Seminary in Ontario and asked if he would consider allowing me to place the journal on-line. Professor Fowler not only agreed to do so, but kindly provided me with an almost complete set of the journal to scan. The series lacks only issue 3.1 – perhaps someone has a copy that they could loan me to finish the set? You can access the Table of Contents here.

The journal only ran between 1991 and 1998 and contains a number of interesting articles, including one in French by Don Carson.

June update of Website Developments

I can’t believe that it’s halfway though 2010 already – time for a brief update on developments on Theology on the Web.

Bibliotheca Sacra
The digitisation of the the Public Domain issues of Bibliotheca Sacra is now complete up to Volume 48. I have taken a break from this in order to complete other projects (see below).
Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
JETS is now available again to non-members on its website. I have begun to add links to the articles already listed on my websites and have completed the table of contents here.
Religion in Communist Lands
Quite by chance I was given an almost set of the journal Religion in Communist Lands. I have now received permission from the Keston Institute to place both this and its successor Religion, State & Society online. I hope to complete these by the end of 2010.
Australian Biblical Review
The digitisation of Australian Biblical Review is almost complete and I await permissions from individual authors to put their articles online. Articles will be mirrored on Biblicalstudies.org.uk and on the Fellowship for Biblical Studies websites. This first article (by Tim Bulkeley) is now online:

Tim Bulkeley, “Cohesion, Rhetorical Purpose and the Poetics of Coherence in Amos 3,” Australian Biblical Review 47 (1999): 16–28.